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  1. Vegetal treachery….with crowns of thorns and multiple obscene gestures. Pretty colors, though.

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    • It’s the Zimbabwe Aloe (a. excelsa) again, flipped on its side (artistic license).

      And I should correct you on something: I’m not 406 years old–when you take account of leap year adjustments and papal shenanigans with the Gregorian calendar, I’m 407.

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      • I stand humbly corrected. (dang those papal shenanigans!)

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      • As you know I consult the Vatican on all gardening matters–when to plant mandrakes, what kind of soil to use, when to move a Bishop from this or that diocese (without ever asking too many probing questions)…

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      • I hope you are remembering that Bishops can only be moved diagonally….and cannot jump over….

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      • Normally I would agree, but the rules are different for naughty bishops (just ask Pope Benedict XVI).

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      • Alas, I know it well. Not only bishops, but at least one Cardinal known to me. I was living in Boston during the rise to eminence and fall to disgrace of Cardinal
        Law who was quietly relieved of his post and moved to anonymity at Sta. Maria Maggiore in Rome.

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      • So many scandals, so little time to expose them. Best to stick with planting marigolds and, as a pastime, write about real fiction characters–in an oxymoronic kind of way.

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      • “Il faut cultiver son jardin,” as Voltaire’s Candide was wont to say.

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